CSS Flex layouts in Unity3D

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Guide: Upgrading from an old version

Difficulty: Beginner

New versions of Flexbox4Unity often require making some changes to your existing project. Usually these are done automatically for you, but some users want more control over the process, so I’ve now created a GUI for the upgrades … continue reading

Guide: Choosing your Flexbox LayoutAlgorithm

Difficulty: Standard

The layout algorithm controls all of the core CSS Flex behaviour.

In Flexbox4Unity you have to choose which layout-algorithm you want to use. By default, new installs use the newest, most-recent algorithm – but there are times when … continue reading

Guide: How to make Responsive Design Layouts in Unity 3D

Responsive Design is wonderful: you make your UI once, and have it automatically redesign itself to fit different screensizes and shapes, while looking great in all of them.

Game developers have been missing this feature – until now. It has … continue reading

Guide: Using Flexbox in Unity – 2020

What do I need?

Unity’s core UI system (UnityUI, also known as “uGUI”) has no support for Flexbox. However, you can download “Flexbox4Unity” from the AssetStore and it directly adds this missing support (there’s also a free version with reduced … continue reading

Guide: Automatically resize UIScrollview

Difficulty: BASIC

Unity3D’s built-in scrollview by default won’t resize to fit the UI you place inside it – which isn’t very useful. A lot of people end up writing a script to make this work, but we’ll cover easier ways … continue reading

Guide: Writing a Layout Algorithm

Difficulty: EXPERT

With each release of Flexbox4Unity, you get multiple free layout algorithms. Usually you want to use the latest one. For most people, this is all they’ll need.… continue reading

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